Category Archives: Game Scores and Strikeout Leaderboards per opponent per field

Bill Singer stands tall in NY

Bill Singer has the best game score in LAD history against the New York Mets while pitching in New York. You have to give Singer extra credit for this game score. He did it against the 1969 World Champion New York Mets. I say that because six of the top eleven game scores came against …

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Kershaw cracks top gamescore against Dbacks at home

Clayton Kershaw once again played with a no-hitter but had to settle for just another victory.  The final score of 4 – 3 does not properly reflect his dominance last night in which he put up a game score of 82. That game score put him on the leaderboard of Dodger pitchers with a game …

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Kershaw game score knocks off Ryu

Clayton Kershaw didn’t crack 80 but he did put up a 79 game score and now has the best game score against the Angels on the road. His brilliant performance knocked Ryu off the perch. Player Date Tm Opp Rslt IP H ER BB SO GSc Clayton Kershaw2017-06-29 LAD LAA W 6-2 7.0 3 0 …

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Hyun-Jin Ryu is the bar in game score against Angels on the road

I normally set the game score criteria at 80 or above but I had to drop it to 75 to find a game.  Ryu was near his best in this game, it was his 6th best career game score. He has a high of 90 against the Angels, but at Dodger Stadium. Player Date Tm …

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Kershaw 102 Game Score rides high

When it comes to game score, breaking 100 is the platinum barrier and Clayton Kershaw broke the barrier with his no-hitter against the Rockies at Dodger Stadium. That is not surprising. What is surprising is that Ted Lilly has the second-best game score against the Rockies at Dodger Stadium. Ted Lilly! This list has all …

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Mike Kekich rears his strange head

Sandy Koufax has the best game score against the NYM at Dodger Stadium, courtesy of his no-hitter in 1962. It was far from a perfect game since Sandy walked five. It was also against one of the worst teams in baseball history, the newly formed NYM in 1962. The game that catches my eye though, …

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Alex Wood almost cracks game score leaderboard

During the broadcast tonight, Joe Davis and Orel starting talking about game scores.  Orel was wondering if the current game score by Alex was close to the brilliant game that Clayton pitched. Joe correctly said no because Wood only had five strikeouts. At the time Wood had a game score over 80 which is excellent …

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Don Sutton sits on top but this will be about Doug Rau

Don Sutton has the highest game score against the Washington National franchise at Dodger Stadium. It was a crazy game as Little D went eleven innings and they lost 3 – 5 even though he only gave up one earned run.  The Expos scored three runs in the top of the 14th to win the …

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Kershaw re-writes the leaderboards

Part of the fun for me in posting the leaderboards before each series is to see if someone can crack them. Several weeks ago Alex Wood did just that, and last night Clayton Kershaw decided he would be mocked no more for not having a double-digit strikeout game against the Brewers on the road. Here are …

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Chan Ho Park takes the K leaderboard against Brewers

As expected Chan Ho Park sits on top of the strikeout leaderboard against the Brewers as visitors with his brilliant 14 strikeout performance on August 29, 2000. What wasn’t expected was Luke Prokopec. Have to be honest I never expected to see Luke on any of these leaderboards, but I guess if John Purdin can …

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